CSMU offers the following categories of scholarships & financial assistance schemes to deserving students with the objective of encouraging meritorious students and academic excellence,. Students can continue to avail these scholarships in their higher semesters by maintaining the requisite result.
This scholarship is awarded to students based on their merit in the qualifying examination (10+2 or equivalent) for admission to the Undergraduate Programmes of the University.
For Boys, 75% programme fee waiver may be given to those who have obtained 95% & higher marks in the qualifying examination. 50% programme fee waiver may be given to those who have obtained 85% to less than 95% marks in the qualifying examinations. 20% programme fee waiver may be given to those who have obtained 80% to less than 85% marks in the qualifying examinations.
Above fee waiver is allowed at the time of admission and continues for the first year. For retention of the fee waiver in the subsequent years, a student has to maintain a CGPA of 9.75 for 75% programme fee waiver 9.50 for 50% programme fee waiver and 9.00 for 20% programme fee waiver.
To be eligible for the merit scholarship, the student must be under 22 years of age for undergraduate programme. The student must not have any gap years between the qualifying examination and their admission to CSMU. However, university may limit the no of scholarships in each category depending upon the applications.
50% concession in programme fees may be given to self/spouse/son/daughter of University Employees. Extended blood relations of University employees, defined as brother/sister of University employee, son or daughter of brother/sister of University Employee arc allowed 15% programme fee waiver. (This fee concession is throughout the programme till the employee continues to work in the University).
25% concession in programme fees may be given to Son/Daughter or Grandson/ Granddaughter of Freedom Fighters.
25% concession in programme fees may be given to Son/Daughter of Armed Forces/ Para-Military Forces/Police Force Personnel. This fee concession continues throughout the programme.
20% programme fee waiver is may be given to the students from Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Parsi, Buddhist, Jain and Marwari Communities. This fee concession continues throughout the programme.
20% concession in programme fee may be given to students who are differently able with 40% or higher impairment. This fee concession continues throughout the programme.
25% programme fee waiver may be given to Brother/sister/husband/wife of existing students of CSMU or its sister institutes for the first year. The concession will continue till both the students are studying in the University. Concession will be considered on lower programme fee.
Depending on the requirements of University departments/schools, limited number of the M. Tech. and Ph.D. students (Full time only) may be awarded teaching assistantships (TA) of Rs 8,000/- and Rs 15,000/- per month respectively. TA will be awarded on the recommendation of an interview committee constituted for this purpose. Along with research work, TA will be assigned such no. of classes / week as determined by competent authority.
A student of CSMU or its sister institutes on completion of one degree, getting admitted to next degree is allowed 25% programme fee concession with a maximum of INR 30,000 throughout the programme. For diploma engineering students, who wish to join B.Tech, (Lateral entry), 40% concession in programme fee may be given for 1st year (B. Tech. 2nd year) and 25% in the consecutive years provided the student maintain a minimum CGPA of 7.00 and passes all credit courses.
The University awards the President's Scholarship to the students of the University who are in need or deserve financial assistance. President may award this scholarship to the deserving student of any amount or approve any fee waiver as he deems fit.
Note: All the eligible students are required to apply for appropriate scholarship/ financial assistance scheme on the prescribed application form on or before the date announced by the University every academic year. Scholarship schemes cannot be combined and a student can avail only one scholarship or financial assistance scheme at any given time.